Road Haulage Brexit changes with cargorex
Road Haulage Brexit changes with cargorex. UK hauliers travelling to or through the EU may require a European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permit for some journeys – this is not yet clear but operators are recommended to apply anyway. More information can be found here. Hauliers must register commercial trailers over 750kg and all trailers over 3,500kg to drive them through some European countries. Abnormal loads require a Keeper’s Certificate. Operators are recommended to use the Check an HGV is ready to cross the border service to check and prove they have all the paperwork they need to cross the GB border in an HGV for Haulage Brexit. You must use the above service for HGVs travelling via Dover or Eurotunnel and additionally obtain a Kent Access Permit – or be subject to a £300 fine. You need to be familiar with the many different rules for moving goods to and from different EU countries in Road Haulage. In the event of an accident, any legal proceedings against either the responsible driver or the insurer of the vehicle will need to be brought in the EUor EEA country where the accident happened. You might have to make your claim in the local languag in Road Haulage Brexit changes with cargorex. Operators must be aware that the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will no longer be valid and advise (or provide) drivers to obtain appropriate travel insurance with healthcare cover.
Another major change is that Customs Declarations and safety and security declarations will be needed for import and export across the UK-EU border. These are the responsibility of the trader who must provide the haulage company (and driver) with the correct documents. HMRC anticipates annual transactions will increase from around 50 million to well over 200 million, and with a shortage of customs agents, you do need to ensure your clients are prepared for Road Haulage Brexit changes with cargorex. Specific loads, including foodstuffs and live animal imports and exports in Road Haulage, may also require extra certifications. Indeed, the RHA reports that in some cases up to 30 pieces of information and documentation may be needed for Haulage Brexit! There are four options for moving goods across the border. These are Pre-notification, Common Transit Convention (CTC), Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission (ATA) and Transports Internationaux Routiers (TIR). Each of these will require a Safety and security declaration, although these will be waived for the first six months, until 30 June 2021. More information and a checklist of customs documents for each of these can be found on the Government Website. To make things more straightforward, many traders will opt to use a third party such as a customs agent or logistics company offering Customs Brokerage, such as long-t